Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International (WDSMPI) will seek to mobilise the tweens this weekend as Disney Channel's smash High School Musical brand makes its first foray into theatres in the form of High School Musical 3: Senior Year.

Zac Efron and his posse of all-singing, all-dancing friends step into more than 20 territories day-and-date with North America this weekend including France on October 22, Germany a day later and the UK, Spain, Brazil and Sweden on October 24.

Wall-E has a shot at crossing $250m and currently stands at $248m, while Beverly Hills Chihuahua has reached $15m and The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas has grossed $18.5m from just Spain and the UK.

Paramount-DreamWorks' action comedy Tropic Thunder on $61.3m invades six territories this weekend through PPI including Hong Kong and Singapore on October 23 and Italy on October 24

Sticking with comedies, the Ricky Gervais vehicle Ghost Town arrives in the UK on October 24, when executives will look for a relatively stronger return than they got out of North America, where the film has grossed less than $13m in four weeks.

How To Lose Friends And Alienate People starring Simon Pegg arrives in Australia and New Zealand on October 23, while Mike Myers' The Love Guru opens in Spain on October 24 and stands at $6.6m. Bruno Barreto's Brazilian foreign language Oscar submission Last Stop 174 opens in Brazil on October 24.

Fox International keeps Russian drama Admiral in play in Russia and the Ukraine, while the Mark Wahlberg videogame adaptation Max Payne on $8.6m blasts its way into a further 12 territories including Russia on October 23 and Mexico a day later.

Sci-fi adventure Babylon A.D. has grossed $41.6m through all distributors and $16.3m through Fox International.

Lionsgate's horror sequel Saw V opens through Lionsgate UK in the UK on October 24 and through Hoyts in Australia on October 24. The film lands in Venzuela through WDSMPI and Taiwan through CMC on October 25.

Universal's action remake Death Race on $23.9m roars into five territories through UPI including Taiwan on October 25, while the fantasy adventure Hellboy II: The Golden Army has grossed $69.9m and opens in three including Belgium on October 22.

Mamma Mia! stands at $404.1m and will continue to surge towards $425m thanks to solid anticipated holdover business.

Burn After Reading is going great guns on $35.9m and opens this weekend in Mexico and Argentina through Universal, as well Poland through Best Film and Singapore through Shaw. The dark comedy's worldwide tally stands at $93.1m.

New Line International's Ed Harris Western Appaloosa has grossed more than $3.2m and the family adventure Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D stands at $92.6m and opens in Japan through Gaga on October 25.

Latest figures from Warner Bros Pictures International put Body Of Lies on $6.8m, Nights In Rodanthe on $14m, Get Smart on $99.6m and The Dark Knight on $465.1m.